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    Cool My second set of Tok 4-pots are now dead (actually came from your bike I think - got them from Burn ) and I figured I might try the Nisans.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BikePilot View Post
    Cool My second set of Tok 4-pots are now dead (actually came from your bike I think - got them from Burn ) and I figured I might try the Nisans.
    Just a heads up if you do run the Nissins the banjo bolts to the caliper are a different thread pitch than on the Toks. They use the fine pitch (10X1.00) as apposed to the coarse (10X1.25) on the toks. You should double check that, though I'm pretty sure that's right.

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    Thanks for the heads up!



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    - TLR Akro Evo Ti Exhaust - PCII - 5.5" rear rim & 180/55 - Avon AV45/46ST tires - No Steering damper- Uni Filter -Relocated Temp sensor & 98+ t-stat housing/wp cover - TLRCrazy1 Fan Switch Mod - Dual Star heated Grips - HeliBars - 60k miles.

    9k mile summer ride report [summer '08]

    Ride report: Oshkosh, Rockies, UT, NV, CA, Bajal [summer '09]

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    It looks the same so do you ride it? Oh the exhaust is different.

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    Damn that thing still looks sooooooo good. I noticed the rear sprocket has changed... What did you go with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurnCycle View Post
    Damn that thing still looks sooooooo good. I noticed the rear sprocket has changed... What did you go with?
    I went with Speedking's Driven 520 Kit running a 17/41, I really wanted to run a 42 rear but it was not available.

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    I still miss this bike. :/
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    GASP! He still lives!
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    My annual 5 year check-in lol
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    GT80 checking in. Still alive and kicking!!
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